Marco Aro: Vocals Jonas Bjorler: Bass Anders Bjorler: Guitar Per Moller Jensen: Drums Patrik Jensen: Guitar. The song "Bloodletting" has guest guitar soloing by Mike Amott (Arch Enemy). I stab you in the face just to let the world know how I feel. Can you sense my pain?
Band Name The Haunted. Album Name One Kill Wonder. Data de aparición 17 Febrero 2003. Labels Earache Records. Producido por Fredrik Nordström. Estilo MusicalDeath Thrash. Miembros poseen este álbum123. 1. Privation of Faith Inc. (Intro).
Privation of Faith In. " One Kill Wonder's opening instrumental track, overbearingly proves one thing: The Haunted worship at the altar of almighty thrash/speed metal kings Slayer. The clean, arpeggiated main riff swipes the sense of melody and tension from Slayer classic "Dead Skin Mask" and eventually merges into "Godpuppet," a two-minute blast furnace of speed riffing and manic drumming that would provide a nice set of curtains to match Reign in Blood's gore-stained furniture. to "Raining Blood" with a clashing cavalcade of cat-strangler guitar solos. The album also further separates the Haunted from their Swedish brethren, being too straightforward to be lumped in with the more progressive New Wave of Swedish Death Metal acts (. In Flames, Hypocrisy, Dark Tranquillity, et.
One Kill Wonder' isn't very much different from 'The Haunted's' previous work. Aggressive riffs, hard-pounding drums, and inaudible screams (by 'inaudible' I mean you cant make out the words very well) are what dominate this entire album. From the opener 'Godpuppet', (Privation of Faith Inc. is simply just an intro) the band spares no sympathy as it prepares to take you down a trip of unrelenting headbanging music. Actually, 'Godpuppet' sets the formula for most of the riffs on this entire album
One Kill Wonder Album Cover Art. The Haunted. Cover Art. Tracklist. CD 1. 1 Privation of Faith Inc. length: 1:52. Lyrics.
One Kill Wonder" exhibits a great portion of pressure and sharpness without asphyxiating the energetic drive of the songs. For example, the beginning of "Demon Eyes", an instrumental, offers rather airy tones. Speaking of this track, it relies on a decent mix of heavy riffs and comparatively excessive leads. Sometimes it is not easy to integrate such a slightly different number into the flow of an album, but The Haunted are experienced enough to master this challenge - and the following "Urban Predator" brings the band back on track in a matter of seconds. To sum up, 'One Kill Wonder' isn't the perfect thrash album, nor is it The Haunted's best, but it makes up for what it lacks in finesse with it's energy and anger. Thus, the perfect album to crash your car to. Swiss Cheese at its Best - 79%.